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Dagadana

Dagadana

Dagadana


DAGADANA is a Polish-Ukrainian trio that blends various music genres. By mixing folk, jazz and electronica they create their own unique language. Their full of humour concerts show that they make the music of such kind that makes both the listener and the performer happy. Full of warmth vocal lines sang often through voice processors, bold synthetic sounds, trance-like acoustic bass and children’s toys used as instruments is DAGADANA’S method to flood the listener with sounds that are never boring. Read more on Last.fm
DAGADANA is a Polish-Ukrainian trio that blends various music genres. By mixing folk, jazz and electronica they create their own unique language. Their full of humour concerts show that they make the music of such kind that makes both the listener and the performer happy. Full of warmth vocal lines sang often through voice processors, bold synthetic sounds, trance-like acoustic bass and children’s toys used as instruments is DAGADANA’S method to flood the listener with sounds that are never boring.

This multicultural project will interest everybody who is open for the richness of Slavic soul – wild but mild at the same time. Their debut album "Malenka" (2010) was awarded by the biggest polish "Fryderyk"- world music album of the year. DAGADANA had played more than 200 concerts. From Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore through Ukraine, Poland, Germany, France, Hungary, Romania and Morocco.

Always enthusiastic welcomed. Band members: Daga Gregorowicz – vocals, electronics Dana Vynnytska – vocals, keyboards Mikołaj Pospieszalski – double bass, violin Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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